Author Archive for: Benni Cinkle
14-year-old singer, songwriter and philanthropist, Benni Cinkle, has accomplished a great deal at a very young age. She continues to use her success to benefit the lives of others, especially children and teens. To support those facing cyber-bullying, Benni created a free eBook, "That Girl in Pink's Internet Survival Guide: For Kids Who Live their Lives Online (and the Moms and Dads Who Love them)."
She is the Founder and Vice President of That Girl in Pink Foundation, a non-profit organization (501c3) dedicated to raising awareness, involvement, and donations for causes that affect kids.
Most recently, Benni recorded a song she wrote, "Can You See Me Now," and created a music video to go along with it. She was inspired to write the song after coming across a website where young people were anonymously discussing their hardships in life. She will donate a portion of the profits from the sale of her song to organizations and charities that benefit troubled children and teens.
Through her messages and music, Benni brings a sense of hope and empowerment for children and teens around the world. She receives countless messages a day from people around the world, asking her for advice and thanking her for making them feel better about themselves.
To learn more about Benni Cinkle, visit thatgirlinpink.org.
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Entries by Benni Cinkle
Refuse to be anything you don’t want to be, period. And that’s it. Sounds simple, right? It is, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy. I can tell you that this philosophy has helped me through a ton of crazy stuff recently. Are you facing haters at school or online? Refuse to be bullied. Do people say mean things about you behind your back? Refuse to be victimized. Are you shy or self-conscious? Refuse to be insecure. Do you feel as if no one is listening? Refuse to be silenced. Are things not going your way, in general? Refuse to… Read more.
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